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Helm Auxiliary Cavalry A
At the beginning of the Roman Empire, this new type of helmet appeared for the cavalry.
This reconstruction is based on finds of a helmet shell in Northwich (in Cheshire/UK) and cheekpieces (Gloucester).
This replica has beautiful hallmarks, probably of a "curly head".
The decoration of the cheekpieces represents the god Neptune.
Including a cotton underhood.
- Material: brass
- Suitable for a head circumference of up to 60 cm.
- Long inner distance (back of head to forehead): approx. 22 cm
- Short inner distance (ear-ear): approx. 19 cm
- Weight: about 2.1kg